1. Edible Portion:Seeds, Cereal, Rhizome, Root An annual grass. The stems are slender. They can lie along the ground. These can form roots at the nodes. They can have runners and form mats. It is 15-60 cm high. The edges of the leaf sheaths have small hairs. The leaf blades are flat and 5-20 cm long...
  2. Edible Portion: Leaves, Leaves - Tea A grass. It is a perennial herb. It grows 0.8-1.5 m tall. It forms tufts. The leaves are 30-100 cm long by 1-2 cm wide. The flowering shoot is 30 cm long and branched.
  3. Edible portion:Root - oil for flavouring A tropical grass. It keeps growing from year to year. It has stout roots. It grows 2 m high. It grows in dense tufts. The leaf blades are 90 cm long by 4-10 mm wide. The flower panicle is oblong and 13-30 cm long. It is a tropical plant. It grows in areas...
  4. Rasilimali Muhimu 19-01-1981 Many new pasture plants have entered farming practice in the tropics and sub-tropics in the past two decades. This book attempts to define the principles of plant behavior which decide the ecological success or failure of these plants in the diverse environmental conditions of the tropical world....
  5. 01-03-1975 Series: Agirculture Technology for Developing Countries, Technical Series Bulletin no. 14 110 pages
  6. 01-01-1988 A complete guidebook for growing flowers, foliage, fruits and grasses for one summer season. It includes illustrations, diagrams, photographs and complete plans for 14 different gardens.
  7. 01-01-1993 This book provides a solid source of information for your unique gardening needs, not a tranlation of cold-climate techniques. If you live in a warm climate, this book will help you pick up the right planting rhythms, choose the best plants, and discover useful techniques to make your gardening...
  8. 19-01-1992 The grass family, known as Poaceae, is probably the most important plant family on earth. Grasses were the first food plants to be cultivated by man. Grain crops , such as maize, wheat, rice and sugarcane( all grasses), are still our most important source of energy. The identification of grasses...
  9. 01-01-1979 The objective of this book is to portray those grass weeds which are unwanted competitors of our crop plants. The most important characteristics of about 60 species in the flowerless state, as well as their inflorescences, are illustrated in colour photographs. These photographs are accompanied...
  10. 01-08-1967 Bulletin 718 31 pages, illustrate, photos